With many businesses making plans to allow those in non-customer facing roles to work from home, do you either as a business owner or as an employee see the changes which are being made and implemented as a reaction to the Corona-virus becoming the norm for your place of work? In my personal experience, I have telecommuted fulltime to the point where the office is now only used if a formal meeting space is required (serviced office 2-3 km from home). All of the staff work remotely, we use the phone/cloud-based suite of programmes for all of our deliverables. The resultant outcome is that we do not need to travel to an office (saves most people 1+ hours/day), we aren't out and about, more family time however we do need to be more disciplined in the way we approach work, managing our time etc. This is not something which everyone can adapt to as they require the social interaction between other staff or where they require tuition/supervision/mentoring however works well in my situation. Do others feel that if this experiment in self-isolation works, this may result in wider ramifications for the commercial property industry with greater instances of hot-desking (non-dedicated workspaces), shared workspaced or complete working from home scenarios and a reduction in demand for office space and reduced accommodation expenses for the business?